Activist judge blocks parts of Georgia’s anti-invader law

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Kangaroo Court
A federal judge on Monday put on hold some of the most controversial parts of Georgia’s new anti-illegal immigration law but upheld other provisions pending the outcome of a lawsuit challenging the law’s constitutionality. — This is the fourth such state immigration enforcement law to be put on hold since last year. Federal judges in Arizona, Indiana and Utah have halted similar laws in those states following constitutional challenges. — In Georgia, both sides in the debate over illegal immigration immediately claimed victory after U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Thrash  issued his 45-page ruling. Meanwhile, Georgia officials said they would appeal his decision to halt two sections of the law that were supposed to go into effect Friday… Read More

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